Income Opportunity: Be a ‘Professional Monitor’ for Court Ordered Visitations

*Do you know an adult, parent or otherwise, who got in trouble and now can only see their children under monitored supervision? You may have a relative in this situation, or you may want to be a professional monitor.

People train to be in this line of work. Now training is available if you are interested.

If this sounds like something you’d like to do, listen up.

Sample Monitoring Case (but can be multiple hours per week or per day):

1 client, 8 hours per week @ $50/hr. = $1600/mo. revenue.

Visits take place at parks, libraries, malls, restaurants, etc. 

*Eligibility requirements do apply. See website for more details. 

*Training in compliance with Family Code 3200.5

*Monitors are Mandated Child Abuse Reporters

Listen to what some are saying about the training:

You have been an inspiration to me. I took your class last year and finally I was able to put together a non-profit called The Children’s Safety Alliance. Our visitation services are both in English and Spanish. We partner with Churches and other agencies.” –M. Leyva, Advocacy Program Director 

Thanks for the referral, Tamara. I have three new clients concurrently.  –K Agundez.

If you are interested in this training, follow the steps below.

WHO: Supervised Child Visits conducts monthly trainings to become a Professional Supervised Visitation Monitor

WHEN: May 16th-18th EARLY BIRD EXPIRES 05/13/18

June 13th-15th EARLY BIRD EXPIRES 6/9/18

WHERE: National University, 5245 Pacific Concourse Dr. Los Angeles Campus (behind the Airport Courthouse)

FEE: $345 (Early Bird Registration)

*(Plus $20 materials fee)

$399 Standard rate (after Early Bird expires)

*(Plus $20 materials fee)

What’s in it for me?: Certificate of Completion, Monitor Starter-kit (Forms for new cases), 3-months post-training support, Registry/Lead referral program, Training manual

*Monitors charge b/t $50-$85 hr.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER TODAY

 

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